Having worked in the motor trade for a number of years I’d thought that I’d seen some unusual vehicles including a Lynx converted Jaguar XJS estate, but this Rolls-Royce conversion found by AutoBlog takes some beating.
Based on a 1979 Silver Shadow II this Rolls-Royce panel van was commissioned by Krug Champagne back in 1984. With the front two seats remaining the rear has been filled with a pair of refrigerators to keep your bubbly at the optimum temperature.
Covered in special Krug white and burgundy livery, the detailing includes lots of shining chrome and even a key fob made out of a bottle cork. It now resides in the House of Krug in Reims, Champagne-Ardenne, France after being sold by the vineyard a few years ago. Check out the link for more pictures.
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